Around Town – Sept. 15

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Sept. 15

Orchids to

Shirley Ray for mowing my yard, greatly appreciated!

the Republic for the editorial on Wednesday.

those at the library board meeting supporting the First Amendment and freedom of speech, the library is a secular government institution not governed by anyone’s religious beliefs.

congratulations to the Bolte and McKinney families on receiving centennial awards.

the inflation reduction act which will lower the cost of health care and prescription drugs and energy.

the Biden administration’s economic plan showing as prices come down, good paying jobs are being created and manufacturing is being brought back to America.

the church that worked on our cars last Saturday and changed oil and other things, very much appreciated, bless them.

Onions to

the political party that worships on the altar of murdering babies.

not knowing every taxpayer will be paying for the untaxed PPP loans to the wealthy, whether they’ve gone to college or not.

small repair businesses that never return voice messages.

the administration’s claims that our southern border is secure.

those who believe that Medicare and Social Security will end if a certain political party wins, another big lie.

those that firmly believe there is only one answer or cure to pregnancy other than responsibility.

the health care plan granted unprecedented control over the industry with a budget paid for by our taxes.

the federal elected official for removing the prior federal elected official’s successful policies and replacing them with catastrophic policies which have failed miserably.

politicians staying silent about the big lie which is undermining our democracy and the crisis is worsening.

the two cars that ran the light at Middle Road and 31 and another that made a u-turn there.

defense lawyers making ridiculous excuses for a hit and run homicide.

the senator who has promised to abolish Social Security and Medicare if he wins.

the federal agency which has gone totally off the rails.

Happy Birthday to

Helen Prince, from your family and Donna.

Penny Andis, from your family and Donna.

Krista Hagerty, from your family and Donna.

Terry Trautman, from your family and Donna.

Debbie Johnson, from your family and Donna.

Betty Tutton, from friends at Bethel Baptist Church.

Maggie Dixon, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Karla Maschino, from all your coworkers at Columbus Internal Medicine.

Joslyn Vincent, from Pastor Marving Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.

Twins Jennifer Brown and Jeremy Carroll on No. 37, from Mom and the whole family.